You can try selecting from a similar category, click on the author's name, or use the search box above to find your book. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! They live among us in the shadows: a species unknown to man except in legend.
Finding time, stopping the frenzy.
Highly intelligent, with the ability to adapt their flesh to new forms, they are capable of great destruction and ruthless behavior but desire only to live in peace. In New York City, a rogue member of their underground society threatens to reveal their existence to mankind, which will provoke a terrifying war unlike any seen before. Anthony Mace, the heroic captain of an NYPD homicide unit, is a media darling because of his successful record in apprehending serial killers.
His only clue is a historic artifact discovered at one of the crime scenes: the hilt of a sword with a broken silver blade, bearing the likeness of a pious Inquisitor.
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Each horrifying murder leads Mace closer to an impossible truth that his superiors refuse to consider. Together with a few speculative flourishes about werewolves' shape-shifting origins, Lamberson's clever plot twists make this a nice little werewolf yarn relief, as it were, from the current glut of vampire fiction.
Don't miss it. A rapid spate of deal-making has seen giant firms gobble up other large prey , leaving the industry with more whales and fewer minnows. Rather than go hungry, the predators are now snapping up smaller prey.
For example, Focus Financial , a prolific acquirer of RIAs , has made three high-profile acquisitions in The stepped-up pace of deal-making for smaller to mid-sized firms is the rare confluence of aligned interests. Buyers are ready to spend as they bulk up their base of advisors and clients to achieve scale economies.
And many share a common trait: a lack of succession plans. In fact, three out of every four advisors lack a formal succession plan, according to a study by the Financial Planning Association and Janus Henderson Investors. That may be because there are not national regulatory requirements to do so, though around a dozen states mandate that a plan be in place and on file with state regulators.
Louis Diamond, executive vice president at industry recruiter Diamond Consultants suggests aging advisors need not fear a mass simultaneous rush to the exits that floods the markets with practices for sale. Still, any advisors that have begun thinking of selling their practices may want to start to think about taking the initiative, suggests Tim Welsh, who runs industry consultant Nexus Strategy.
The Frenzy Way, Frenzy Cycle Series by Gregory Lamberson | | Booktopia
The recent high-profile industry transactions have often been coming with double-digit Ebitda multiples. Smaller practices rarely sell for a lofty multiple.
Funding a transaction also requires careful planning.